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Question DetailsAsked on 6/14/2011

How to find the best pricing on Pavestone

I'm a big do-it-yourself-er and I have some substantial landscaping that I need to do that will require raising some beds. Nothing really big the highest will be about 3 feet so I am confident that I can handle this (famous last words? Any tips you want to share?

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Follow the standard instructions and use a good/solid base (sand and/or small gravel). Additionally, don't skimp on the drainage gravel behind the wall, which will help ensure the walls don't bulge out from the pressure of the ground behind it (even small/short walls can move if not installed properly). It also provides a buffer to help keep the soil inside the beds, but lets the excess water drain out. As far as price goes, just shop your local stores and take the best price to your favorite store to see if they will match. We have WalMart, Home Depot, and Lowe's who carry Pavestone. Most times, WM has best price, but the other two will match (and they have the most in stock).

Answered 8 years ago by cgtconsulting

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